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Glad to See Microsecond Support in both MariaDB and MySQL Now

As you may or may not know, MariaDB has supported microseconds in version 5.3 for several months already.

And now MySQL has added microsecond support in version 5.6 (5.6.4, specifically).

For more details on MariaDB microseconds, please refer to this page:

And for more details on MySQL microseconds, see “Fractional Seconds Handling” on the following page:

From what I can tell, the implementation looks largely to be the same (at least from a user perspective), in that if the fractional part is given, it must be an integer number 0 to 6. And if no precision is …

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Datetime & Timestamp manipulation / migration explained

Are you doing some datetime manipulation or maybe you are migrating from some database technology to MySQL or possibly using milliseconds?
Here is an example on how to go about it:

Say you have the following date: MAR 16 2008 09:12:51:893AM
SELECT DATE_FORMAT(STR_TO_DATE('MAR 16 2008 09:12:51:893AM','%M %d %Y %h:%i:%s:%f%p'),'%Y%m%d%k%i%s.%f'); --> 2008031691251.893000

What if its PM rather than AM
SELECT DATE_FORMAT(STR_TO_DATE('MAR 16 2008 09:12:51:893PM','%M %d %Y %h:%i:%s:%f%p'),'%Y%m%d%k%i%s.%f'); --> 20080316211251.893000

Ok so this is just simple string manipulation where:
%M is the month name
%d is day number
%Y is the year
%h is the hour
%i is the minute
%s is the second
%f is the microsecond
%p is the period: ante or post meridiem

In the DATE_FORMAT part we se a %k which is …

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